The third annual Tree Sweep cleanup project wrapped up on Wednesday, Oct. 30. Solid Waste Manager Keith Senn says it went well, despite the stormy weather.
For the second time this week, area residents picked up some big rain totals.
The KVOE studios have received over 2.7 inches of rain since early Wednesday, with over 1.4 inches since midnight.
Saying she took the blame for the now-infamous Healthcare.gov rollout fiasco, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius apologized to members of Congress, saying the launch of the marketplace website has gone "miserably."
The Flint Hills Community Health Center-Lyon County Health Department gave a quarterly report to Lyon County commissioners.
National Brush Day is coming to the Flint Hills Community Health Center-Lyon County Health Department on Friday.
Director Phillip Davis is encouraging everybody to show up and brush their teeth -- and thus avoid "yuck mouth" -- at 1:30 pm.
Normally, this is the time of year is when organizers are starting their major preparations for the Care Package for the Troops drive. That's not the case this year, but lead organizer Diane Tebbetts says there is a good reason why.
Kansas lawmakers are facing a lawsuit on their funding methods for K-through-12 education. They also have a related lawsuit on their hands which says the state's cap on how much local districts can raise through property taxes is unconstitutional.
A hearing is coming Dec. 13 as Kansas and Arizona seek to push a federal agency to fully enforce proof-of-citizenship requirements.